Local Latino-Owned Businesses

Local Latino-Owned BusinessesIf you are looking for Local Latino-owned businesses look no further. It is always great to have supporters of all businesses and the next one to be discussed are restaurants that you should try or return to! These restaurants are categorized as either Brazilian, Mexican, Salvadoran and Colombian.

12 Cuts Brazilian Steakhouse is an important staple to try in the corridor. For entrees they have lamb chops, filet mignon, tomahawk ribs, organic chicken legs just to name a few. A couple of desserts they have are flan (homemade Brazilian custard), tres leches and New York Style cheesecake. Side dishes include chef avocado salad or Brazilian cheese bread (again not limited).

Another Latino-owned business to visit is Gloria’s Latin Cuisine which is a Salvadoran-based restaurant. A very famous Salvadoran dish called Pupusas can be purchased here in addition to platano frito (fried plantain). Another perk at Gloria’s is that they have brunch, lunch and dinner options. For brunch some available choices are huevos con platano (eggs with fried plantains). Plantains are one of the most common dishes in Salvadoran culture so it is a must-have. Gloria’s Latin Cuisine also has salsa & nightlife dancing every Saturday night from 11:00 pm to  2 am while being accompanied by live local Latin DJs and Bands.

Another local Latino-own business to keep on your radar is Taqueria La Ventana. They best represent authentic Mexico City street food by offering burritos, quesadillas, bowls and tacos. Different meat options include pork, beef, barbacoa, lengua (beef tongue) and more! Lastly, there is a Colombian eatery located in the corridor named Las Palmas Restaurant. Las Palmas Restaurant has empanadas with beef or chicken, buñuelos (small balls with cheese and corn flour) and different types of arepas. 


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